‘That’s a No Brainer’ – Serena Williams’ Former Hitting Partner Trolls Famous Coach Patrick Mouratoglou’s Latest Prophecy

Published 02/23/2023, 1:47 PM EST

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Serena Williams’ former hitting partner recently disagreed with Patrick Mouratoglou’s latest prophecy regarding how this is the hardest time for any tennis player to win a Grand Slam tournament when tennis giants like Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are ruling the tennis court. 

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After, the whole controversy of Serena Williams’ former coach vouching against the Spaniard and the Swiss star. And dishing our philosophy to condemn the Serbian tennis stars’ haters about how these tennis players are not Gods. The French tennis court has now shared another triggering statement, but this time he is supporting the Australian Open finalist, Stefanos Tsitsipas.

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The 52-year-old tennis coach recently shared his prophecy. His statement was also shared by a tennis page on Twitter. The statement was, “It is the hardest time to win a Grand Slam but Daniil Medvedev has won one and Stefanos Tsitsipas made two finals and several semis of GS and I am 100% sure he will find a way.” 

Over which the four-time Grand Slam champion, Naomi Osaka‘s former coach shared his opinion over his take. Where he disagreed with the French tennis players’ word of calling the hardest time to claim a Grand Slam trophy. He commented over the post and wrote, “I politely disagree 😜 There was never a harder time to win a grand slam then when the big four ruled the ATP tour. That’s a no-brainer for me.” 

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Nevertheless, the German tennis court made his point clear that there was never a difficult time ever to win a Grand Slam tournament.  However, in that statement that the French coach showed his trust in the Australian Open finalist. He also considered the 24-year-old tennis star to be a part of the next Big 3 of future tennis. 

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Mouratoglou chooses Tsitsipas to be a part of the next Big three 

In the same way, the French Open believes in the 24-year-old tennis star’s skills of doing something big in the near future. Similarly, in 2021, during an interview, he talked about the future of tennis. And he picked three names that will make the next big three of the tennis circuit. 

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The 52-year-old tennis coach named Stefanos Tsitsipas, Daniil Medvedev, and Alexander Zverev, as the future big three tennis giants. Moreover, who are on the verge of creating something big when their time comes? 

What are your thoughts on Mouratoglou’s statement about avenging the current tennis scenario as the toughest time to win a Grand Slam? Let us know in the comments below.

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Pratishtha Prakash

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Pratishtha Prakash is a Tennis writer at EssentiallySports. She has completed her Bachelor’s degree in Mass Media and Journalism from MIT ADT University, Pune. In the past, she has interned at the sports desk of The Hitavada, a regional English daily newspaper.
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